Accessing the tools for success
The Bear CLAW, located on the first floor of Meyer Library, connects you with a variety of academic resources:
- Subject-area tutoring
- Writing advice through the Writing Center
- Study skill workshops
- Undergraduate learning assistants and peer assisted study sessions (PASS)
- Employment and volunteer opportunities
Bear Business Community
This living-learning community is a special on-campus living environment ideal for students interested in business and leadership opportunities. It is a residence hall set aside for students from the College of Business. Students have the opportunity to participate in social and educational programs related to academics, wellness and personal growth. They also have personal interactions with professors in the College of Business, tours of local and internationally known businesses and internship opportunities. Students receive the social and professional training to help them develop a commitment to a well-rounded, balanced lifestyle.
Why should I consider joining the Bears Business Community?
- You will have better access to more programs and organizations to help you gain academic and personal success.
- Students are allowed to move in a day earlier than other students, so you can avoid the crowds.
- You will be able to interact regularly with two or more faculty fellows, professors who are involved with student social activities and serve as mentors.
Entertainment Management Association
The Entertainment Management Association is a professional organization dedicated to creating opportunities for career development for our students. Our organization is open to any student interested in the entertainment field. Through our organization you will have greater access to hands-on learning opportunities, internships and even opportunities to find jobs.
Sigma Iota Epsilon
In Sigma Iota Epsilon, our purpose is to encourage and recognize excellence in the classroom and promote cooperation between the academic and practical aspects of management. Students who want to join must meet certain criteria before they can join.
Society for Human Resource Management
The Society for Human Resource Management strives to develop future leaders in human resource management. We do this through focusing on real-world issues that involve employee motivation. We accept membership from any major wishing to enrich their academic experience or seeking opportunities to develop their leadership skills.